Philosophy East and West, vols. 1-25 (1951-1975): Article Index

Article Index by Author

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Abe, Masao, Mahayana Buddhism and Whitehead–A View By a Lay Student of Whitehead’s Philosophy, 25.4:415-428

Adamczewski, Zygmunt, Commentary on Calvin O. Schrag’s “Heidegger on Repetition and Historical Understanding,” 20.3:297-301

Aldrich, Virgil C., Beyond Ethics? 9.1-2:50-52

Ames, Van Meter, Aesthetic Values in the West, 9.1-2:47-49

Ames, Van Meter, America, Existentialism, and Zen, 1.1:35-47

Ames, Van Meter, Current Western Interest in Zen, 10.1-2:23-33

Ames, Van Meter, Zen and American Philosophy, 5.4:305-320

Ames, Van Meter, Zen and Pragmatism, 4.1:19-33

Anacker, Stefan, Vasubandhu’s Karmasiddhiprakarana and the Problem of the Highest Meditations, 22.3:247-258

Anderson, Robert S., This Thing Could Go That Way,16.1-2:49-58

Anderson, Tyson, Anatta–A Reply to Richard Taylor, 25.2:187-193

Aurobindo, Sri, On Philosophical Synthesis, 12.4:291-294

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Bahm, Archie I., Does Seven-Fold Predication Equal Four-Cornered Negation Reversed? 7.3-4:127-130

Bammate, N., The Status of Science and Technique in Islamic Civilization, 9.1-2:23-25

Banerjee, Hiranmoy, On a Mistranslation of the Terms Visesya and Prakara, 22.1:93-96

Bender, Frederic L., Marxism East and West: Lenin’s Revisions of Orthodox Marxism and Their significance for Non-Western Revolution, 23.3:299-313

Bender, Frederic, Commentary on Alice Erh-Soon Tay’s “Law and Morality: Communist Theory and Communist Practice,” 21.4:411-417

Benton, Richard P., Keats and Zen, 16.1-2:33-47

Benton, Richard P., Tennyson and Lao Tzu, 12.3:233-240

Berkes, Niyazi, Ethics and Social Practice in Islam, 9.1-2:60 62

Betty, L. Stafford, The Buddhist-Humean Parallels: Postmortem, 21.3:237-253

Bharati, Agehananda, Modern Hindu Exegesis of Mahayana Doctrine, 12.1:19-28

Bhattacharya, S., Daniel H. H. Ingalls on Indian Logic, 5.2:155-162

Bhattacharyya, Kalidas, Classical Philosophies of lndia and the West, 8.1-2:17-36

Bhattacharyya, Kalidas, The Status of Individual in Indian Philosophy, 14.2:131-144

Bhattacharyya, S., The Nyaya-Vaisesika Doctrine of Qualities, 11.3:143 151

Bhattacharyya, Sibajiban, Some Features of Navya-Nyaya Logic, 24.3:329-342

Blackwood, R. T., Neti, Neti–Epistemological Problems of Mystical Experience, 13.3:201-209

Bochenski, J. M., Logic and Ontology, 24.3:275-292

Boodberg, Peter A., The Semasiology of Some Primary Confucian Concepts, 2.4:317-332

Boodberg, Peter A., Tolstoy and China–A Critical Appraisal, 1.3:64-76

Brear, A. D., The Nature and Status of Moral Behavior in Zen Buddhist Tradition, 24.4:429-441

Brightman, Edgar Sheffield, Goals of Philosophy and Religion, East and West, 1.4:6-17

Brooks, Richard, The Meaning of ‘Real’ in Advaita Vedanta, 4:385-398

Brown, Delmer, Buddhism and Historical Thought in Japan before 1221, 24.2:215-225

Burch, George Bosworth, Principles and Problems of Monistic Vedanta, 11.4:231-237

Burr, Ronald, Chinese Theories of Causation–Commentary, 25.1:23-29

Burtt, E. A., A Basic Problem in the Quest for Understanding Between East and West, 9.1-2:84-86

Burtt, E. A., Intuition in Eastern and Western Philosophy, 2.3:283-291

Burtt, E. A., What Can Western Philosophy Learn From India? 5.3:195-210

Burtt, Edwin, My Path to Philosophy, 22.4:429-440

Butler, John F., Creation, Art, and Lila, 10.1-2:3-12

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Cairns, Grace E., Social Progress and Holism in T. M. P. Mahadevan’s Philosophy of History, 20.1:73-82

Cairns, Grace E., The Intuitive Element in Metaphysics, 4.1:3-17

Cairns, Grace E., The Philosophy and Psychology of the Oriental Mandala, 11.4:219-229

Chan, Wing-tsit, A Bibliography of Chinese Philosophy, 3.3:241-256

Chan, Wing-tsit, Basic Chinese Philosophical Concepts, 2.2:166-170

Chan, Wing-tsit, Basic Problems in the Study of Chinese Philosophy, 4.2:157-166

Chan, Wing-tsit, Chan Jo-shui’s Influence on Wang Yang-ming, 23.1-2:9-30

Chan, Wing-tsit, Chinese Philosophy in Communist China, 11.3:115-123

Chan, Wing-tsit, Chinese Philosophy in Mainland China, 1949-1963, 14.1:25-38

Chan, Wing-tsit, Chinese Philosophy, A Bibliographical Essay, 3.4:337-357

Chan, Wing-tsit, Chinese Theory and Practice, With Special Reference to Hinduism, 9.1-2:13-15

Chan, Wing-tsit, Chu Hsi’s Appraisal of Lao Tzu, 25.2:131-144

Chan, Wing-tsit, How Buddhistic is Wang Yang-ming?, 12.3:203-216

Chan, Wing-tsit, Hu Shih and Chinese Philosophy, 4.1:3-12

Chan, Wing-tsit, Neo-Confucianism and Chinese Scientific Thought, 4.4:309-332

Chan, Wing-tsit, Neo-Confucianism: New Ideas in Old Terminology, 18.1-4:15-36

Chan, Wing-tsit, Philosophy in Present-Day China, 1.1:89-91

Chan, Wing-tsit, The Evolution of the Confucian Concept Jen, 4.4:295-319

Chan, Wing-tsit, Transformation of Buddhism in China, 7.3-4:107-116

Chan, Wing-tsit, Wang Yang-ming: A Biography, 22.1:6374

Chan, Wing-tsit, Wang Yang-ming: Western Studies and an Annotated Bibliography, 22.1:75-92

Chandra, Pratap, Was Early Buddhism Influenced by the Upanisads ?, 21.3:317-324

Chang, Carsun, A Comparison of Confucian and Platonic–Ethical Views, 13.4:295-310

Chang, Carsun, Chinese Intuitionism. A Reply to Feigl on Intuition, 10.1-2:35-49

Chang, Carsun, Reason and Intuition in Chinese Philosophy 4.2:99-112

Chang, Carsun, The Significance of Mencius, 8.1-2:37-48

Chang, Carsun, Wang Yang-ming’s Philosophy, 5.1:3-18

Chang, Chen-chi, The Nature of Ch’an (Zen) Buddhism, 6.4:333-355

Chang, Chung-yuan, ” The Essential Source of Identity” in Wang

Chang, Chung-yuan, Ch’an Buddhism: Logical and Illogical, 17.1 4:37-49

Chang, Chung-yuan, Commentary on J. Glenn Gray’s “Splendor of the Simple,” 20.3:241-246

Chang, Chung-yuan, Lung-chi’s Philosophy, 23.1-2:31-47

Chang, Chung-yuan, On Stephen C. Pepper’s “On the Uses of Symbolism in Sculpture and Painting,” 19.3:279-283

Chao, Yuen Ren, Notes on Chinese Grammar and Logic, 5.1:31-41

Chari, C. T. K., On the Dialectical Affinities Between East and West, Part I, 3.3:199-221; Part II, 3.4:321-336.

Chari, C. T. K., Quantum Physics and East-West Rapprochement, 5.1:61-67

Chari, C. T. K., Russian and Indian Mysticism in East-West Synthesis, 2.2:226-237

Chatalian, George, Jayatilleke on a Concept of Meaninglessness in the Pali Nikayas, 18.1-2:67-76

Chatterjee, S. C., On Philosophical Synthesis, 10.3-4:99-103

Chatterjee, S. C., The Needed Reform in Philosophy, 1.3:50 57

Chaudhuri, Haridas, Existentialism and Vedanta, 12.1:3-17

Chaudhuri, Haridas, The Concept of Brahman in Hindu Philosophy, 4.1:47-66

Chaudhuri, Haridas, The Gita and Its Message for Humanity, 5.3:245-253

Chaudhuri, Haridas, The Integralism of Sri Aurobindo, 3.2:131-136

Chaudhuri, Haridas, The Philosophy and Yoga of Sri Aurobindo, 22.1:5-14

Chen, C. M., Comment on Samatha, Samapatti, and Dhyana in Ch’an (Zen), 16.1-2:84-87

Chen, Ellen Marie, The Meaning of Te in the Tao Te Ching: An Examination of the Concept of Nature in Chinese Taoism, 23.4:457-470

Ch’en, Kenneth, transformations in Buddhism in Tibet, 7.3-4:117-125

Cheng, Chung-ying and Richard H. Swain, Logic and Ontology in the Chih Wu Lun of Kung-sun Lung Tzu, 20.2:137 154

Cheng, Chung-ying, Commentary on Herbert Ma’s “Law and Morality: Some Reflections on the Chinese Experience Past and Present,” 21.4:461-466

Cheng, Chung-ying, Dialectic of Confucian Morality and Metaphysics of Man, 21.2:111-123

Cheng, Chung-ying, Greek and Chinese Views On Time and the Timeless, 24.2:155-159

Cheng, Chung-ying, Inquiries into Classical Chinese Logic. 15.3-4:195-216

Cheng, Chung-ying, On Yi as a Universal Principle of Specific Application in Confucian Morality, 22.3:269-280

Cheng, Chung-ying, Unity and Creativity in Wang Yang-ming’s Philosophy of Mind, 23.1-2:49-72

Chi, Richard S. Y., Topics on Being and Logical Reasoning, 24.3:293-300

Cobb, John B., Jr. and McDaniel, Jay, Introduction: Conference on Mahayana Buddhism and Whitehead, 25.4:393-405

Cohen, Joseph W., The Role of Philosophy in Culture, 5.2:99-112

Conger, G. P., Societal Structures and Processes, 9.1-2:8-9

Conger, George P., A Naturalistic Approach to Samkhya-Yoga, 3.3:233-240

Conger, George P., Did India Influence Early Greek Philosophies? 2.2:102-128

Conze, Edward, Buddhist Philosophy and Its European Parallels, 13.1:9-23

Conze, Edward, Spurious Parallels to Buddhist Philosophy, 13.2:105-115

Conze, Edward, The Ontology of the Prajnaparamita, 3.2:117-129

Cook, Francis H., The Meaning of Vairocana in Hua-yen Buddhism, 22.4:403-415

Creel, Austin B., Dharma as an Ethical Category Relating to Freedom and Responsibility, 22.2:155-168

Creel, Austin B., The Reexamination of Dharma in Hindu Ethics, 25.2:161-173

Creel, H. G., Chinese Philosophy and the Second East-West Philosophers’ conference, 3.1:73-80

Crossley-Holland, Peter, On William P. Malm’s “On the Nature and Function of Symbolism and Western and Oriental Music” 19.3:253-257

Crowe, C. Lawson, On the “Irrationality” of Zen, 15.1:31-36

Cua, A. S., Practical Causation and Confucian Ethics, 25.1:1-10

Cua, Antonio S., Reflections on the Structure of Confucian Ethics, 21.2:125-140

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Danto, Arthur C., Role and Rule in Oriental Thought. Some Metareflections on Dharma and Li, 22.2:213-220

Das, A. C., Advaita Vedanta and Liberation in Bodily Existence, 4.2:113-123

Das, A. C., Brahman and Maya in Advaita Metaphysics, 2.2:144-154

Dasgupta, Surendranath, On Philosophical Synthesis, 1.4:3-4

Datta, D. M., India’s Debt to the West in Philosophy, 6.3:195-212

Datta, D. M., On Philosophical Synthesis, 13.3:195-200

Datta, D. M., The Philosophical Foundations of Indian Political, Legal, and Economic Thought, 9.1-2:73-75

Davidson, Herbert A., Arguments From the Concept of Particularization in Arabic Philosophy, 18.4:299-314

Daye, Douglas D., Reftexivity and Meta-language Games in Buddhist Causality, 25.1:95-100

Daye, Douglas Dunsmore, Japanese Rationalism, Madhyamika, and Some Uses of Formalism, 24.3:363-368

Daye, Douglas Dunsmore, Memorial Tribute to Richard Hugh Robinson, 22.3:291296

Daye, Douglas Dunsmore, On Logic and “Algebraic and Geometric Logic,” 25.3:357-364

de Silva, M. W. Padmasiri, Memorial Tribute to the Late Professor K. N. Jayatilleke, 21.2:195-201

De Smet, R. V., Earliest Trends in the Indian Understanding of Man, 22.3:259-268

Demos, Raphael, Similarities and Contrasts Between Chinese and Greek Attitudes (Comment and Discussion), 11.1-2:53-56

Deutsch, Eliot S., Karma as a “Convenient Fiction” in the Advaita Vedanta, 15.1:3-12

Deutsch, Eliot, Commentary on J. L. Mehta’s “Heidegger and the Comparison of Indian and Western Philosophy,” 20.3:319-321

Deutsch, Eliot, Editorial: Twenty-Five Years of Philosophy East and West and the Future, 25.4:389-391

Deutsch, Eliot, Tentative Conclusions and Unresolved Problems, 19.3:349-351

Devaraja, N. K., Contemporary Relevance of Advaita Vedanta, 20.2:129-136

Devaraja, N. K., Philosophy and Comparative Philosophy, 17.1-4:51-59

Dewey, John, On Philosophical Synthesis, 1.1:3

Dilworth, David A., Nishida’s Early Pantheistic Voluntarism, 20.1:35-49

Dilworth, David A., Nishida’s Final Essay: The Logic of Place and a Religious World-View, 20.4:355-367

Dilworth, David A., The Range of Nishida’s Early Religious Thought: Zen No Kenkyu, 19.4:409-421

Dilworth, David, Watsuji Tetsuro (1889-1960): Cultural Phenomenologist and Ethician, 24.1:3-22

Dorsey, Gray L., The Influence of Philosophy on Law and Politics in Western Civilization, 9.1-2:69-71

Drake, David, The Logic of the One-Mind Doctrine, 16.3-4:207-219

Dubs, Homer H., Mencius and Sun-Dz on Human Nature, 6.3:213-222

Dubs, Homer H., The Development of Altruism in Confucianism, 1.1:48-55

Dubs, Homer H., Theism and Naturalism in Ancient Chinese Philosophy, 9.3-4:163-172

Dubs, Homer H., Y. R. Chao on Chinese Grammar and Logic, 5.2:167 168

Duiker, William J., The Aesthetics Philosophy of Ts’ai Yuan-p’ei, 22.4:385-401

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Edith Wsychogrod, Kenneth K. Inada, Confucian Vision and Experience of the World, 25.3:319-333

Edith Wsychogrod, Kenneth K. Inada, Replies, 25.3:353-355

El Ehwany, Ahmed Fouad, Present-Day Philosophy in Egypt, 5.4:339-347

Ellingson-Waugh, Ter, Algebraic and Geometric Logic, 24.1:23 40

Ernst, Earle, On Donald Keene’s “Japanese Aesthetics,” 19.3:307-309

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Fang, Thome H., The World and the Individual in Chinese Metaphysics, 14.2:101-130

Fang, Thome, The Essence of Wang Yang-ming’s Philosophy in a Historical Perspective, 23.1-2:73-90

Feigl, Herbert, Critique of Intuition According to Scientific Empiricism, 8.1-2:1-16

Findlay, John N., The Diremptive Tendencies of Western Philosophy, 14.2:167-178

Fox, Douglas A., Zen and Ethics: Dogen’s Synthesis, 21.1:33-41

Frazier, A. M., A European Buddhism, 25.2:145-160

Fu, Charles Wei-hsun, Morality or Beyond: The Neo-Confucian Confrontation with Mahayana Buddhism, 23.3:375-396

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Galanter, Marc, Hinduism, Secularism, and the Indian Judiciary, 21.4:467-487

Gangadean, Ashok Kumar, Formal Aspects of Causality, 25.1:65-70

Gard, Richard A., Ideological Problems in Southeast Asia, 2.4:292-307

Gauchhwal, Balbir Singh, The Concept of Perfection in the Teachings of Kant and the Gita, 12.2:99-124

Gauchhwal, Balbir Singh, The Metaphysical Foundations of Hindu Ethics and Religion, 16.3-4:143-159

Gauchhwal, Balbir Singh, The Sphere and Significance of Ethics, Morality, and Religion in Hindu Tradition, 13.4:339-359

Gedalecia, David, Excursion in Substance and Function: The Development of the T’i-Yung Paradigm in Chu Hsi, 24.4:443-451

Gimello, Robert M., The Civil Status of Li in Classical Confucianism, 22.2:203-211

Glasenapp, Helmuth von, Parallels and Contrasts in Indian and Western Metaphysics 3.3:223-231

Golding, Martin, Private Right and the Limits of Law, 21.4:375-388

Gomez, Luis O., Emptiness and Moral Perfection, 23.3:361-373

Gomez, Luis O., Some Aspects of the Free-Will Question in the Nikayas, 25.1:81-90

Goodman, Lenn Evan, Commentary on Martin Golding’s “Private Right and the Limits of Law,” 21.4:389-393

Goodwin, William F., Ethics and Value in Indian Philosophy, 4.4:321-344

Grava, Arnolds, Tao: An Age-Old Concept In Its Modern Perspective, 13.3:235-249

Gray, J. Glenn, Splendor of the Simple, 20.3:227-240

Gupta, Anima Sen, The Meaning of “That Thou Art,” 12.2:125-134

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Hansen, Chad, Freedom and Moral Responsibility in Confucian Ethics, 22.2:169-186

Hardwick, Charles S., Doing Philosophy and Doing Zen, 13.3:227-234

Harter, Edward, Commentary on Herbert Morris’ “Guilt and Suffering,” 21.4:435-441

Hartshorne, Charles, Whitehead’s Differences From Buddhism, 25.4:407-413

Havens, Teresina Rowell, Mrs. Rhys Davids’ Dialogue With Psychology (1893-1924), 14.1:51-58

Heijenoort, Jean van, Subject and Predicate in Western Logic, 24.3:253 268

Herman, A. L., Albert Schweitzer and Indian Thought, 12.3:217-232

Herman, A. L., Indian Art and Levels of Meaning, 15.1:13-30

Herman, A. L., Indian Theodicy: Samkara and Ramanuja on Brahma Sutra 2.1:32-36, 21.3:265-281

Herman, A. L., Satyagraha: A New Indian Word For Some Old Ways of Western Thinking, 19.2:123-142

Herman, Arthur L., The Doctrine of Stages in Indian Thought: With Special Reference to K. C. Bhattacharya, 22.1:97-104

Hirsch, Elisabeth Feist, Martin Heidegger and the East, 20.3:247-263

Hocking, William Ernest, On Philosophical Synthesis, 2.2:99-101

Hofstadter, Albert, On the Consciousness and Language of Art 19.1:3-15

Hofstadter, Albert, On William P. Malm’s “On the Nature and Function of Symbolism in Western and Oriental Music,” 19.3:258-263

Hofstadter, Albert, The Poem is Not a Symbol, 19.3:221-233

Holzman, Donald, The Conversational Tradition in Chinese Philosophy, 6.3:223-230

Hook, Sidney, Philosophy and Human Conduct, 9.1-2:6-8

Horsburgh, H. J. N., The Distinctiveness of. Satyagraha, 19.2:171-180

Hsieh, Yu-wei, Filial Piety and Chinese Society, 9.1-2:56-57

Hu Shih, Ch’an (Zen) Buddhism in China: Its History and Method, 3.1:3-24

Hu Shih, The Right to Doubt in Ancient Chinese Thought, 12.4:295-300

Hu Shih, The Scientific Spirit and Method in Chinese Philosophy, 9.1-2:29-31

Huang, Siu-chi, Chang Tsai’s Concept of Ch’i, 18.4:247-260

Huang, Siu-chi, Musical Art in Early Confucian Philosophy, 13.1:49-60

Huang, Siu-chi, The Moral Point of View of Chang Tsai, 21.2:141-156

Hudson, H., Wittgenstein and Zen Buddhism, 23.4:471-481

Hummel, Arthur W., The Art of Social Relations in China, 10.1-2:13-22

Hunnex, Milton D., Mysticism and Ethics: Radhakrishnan and Schweitzer, 8.3-4:121-136

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Iino, Norimoto, Dogen’s Zen View of Interdependence, 12.1:51-57

Iki, Hiroyuki, Wang Yang-Ming’s Doctrine of 1nnate Knowledge of the Good, 11.1-2:27-44

Inada, Kenneth K., A rejoinder to Munitz, 25.3:351-352

Inada, Kenneth K., Munitz’ Concept of the World: A Buddhist Response, 25.3:309-317

Inada, Kenneth K., The Metaphysics of Buddhist Experience and the Whiteheadian Encounter, 25.4:465-488

Inada, Kenneth K., The Ultimate Ground of Buddhist Purification, 18.1-2:41-53

Inada, Kenneth K., Time and Temporality–A Buddhist Approach, 24.2:171-179

Inada, Kenneth K., Whitehead’s ”Actual Entity” and the Buddha’s Anatman, 21.3:303-316

Indradeva, Shrirama, Correspondence Between Woman and the Nature in Indian Thought, 16.3-4:161-168

Ingalls, Daniel H. H., A Reply to Bhattacharya, 5.2:163-166

Ingalls, Daniel H. H., Bhaskara the Vedantin, 17.1-4:61-67

Ingalls, Daniel H. H., Dharma and Moksa, 7.1-2:41-48

Ingalls, Daniel H. H., Samkara on the Question. Whose Is Avidya?, 3.1:69-72

Ingalls, Daniel H. H., Samkara’s Arguments Against the Buddhists, 3.4:291-306

Iwasaki, Takeo, Contemporary Japanese Moral Philosophy, 6.1:69-76

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Jacobson, Nolan Pliny, Buddhism, Modernization and Science, 20.2:155-167

Jacobson, Nolan Pliny, The Possibility of Oriental Influence in Hume’s Philosophy, 19.1:17-37

Jacobson, Nolan Pliny, The Predicament of Man in Zen Buddhism and Kierkegaard, 2.3:238-253

Jayatilleke, K. N., The Logic of Four Alternatives, 17.1-4:69-83

Johnson, David L., The Task of Relevance: Aurobindo’s Synthesis of Religion and Politics, 23.4:507-515

Joshi, K. S., Liberation: The Avowed Goal of Indian Philosophy, 18.1-2:77-81

Joshi, K. S., On the Meaning of Yoga, 15.1:53-64

Joshi, L. R., A New Interpretation of Indian Atheism, 16.3-4:189-206

Jung, Hwa Yol, Jen: An Existential and Phenomenological Problem of Intersubjectivity, 16.3-4:169-188

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Kabir, Humayun, Continuity of Tradition in Indian Educational Thought, 6.1:13-34

Kakar, Sudhir, The Human Life Cycle: The Traditional Hindu View and the Psychology of Erik Erikson, 18.3:127-136

Kalghatgi, T. G., The Doctrine of Karma in Jaina Philosophy, 15.3-4:229-242

Kalupahana, D. J., A Buddhist Tract on Empiricism, 19.1:65-67

Kalupahana, D. J., Dinnaga’s Theory of Immaterialism, 20.2:121 128

Kalupahana, D. J., The Buddhist Conception of Time and Temporality, 24.2:181-191

Kamiat, Arnold H., On the Synthesis of East and West, 1.4:41-44

Kawada, Kumataro, Apropos of Feigl’s Critique of Intuition, 12.2:163-174

Kawashima, Takeyoshi, Some Reflections on Law and Morality in Contemporary Societies, 21.4:493-504

Keene, Donald, Japanese Aesthetics, 19.3:293-306; On David Wieck’s “Aesthetic Symbols,” 19.3:343-344

Kerr, Malcolm H., Moral and Legal Judgment Independent of Revelation, 18.4:277-283

Kim, Ha Tai, Nishida and Royce, 1.4:18-29

Kim, Ha Tai, The Logic of the Illogical: Zen and Hegel, 5.1:19-29

Kim, Yong Choon, The Ch’ondogyo Concept of the Origin of Man, 22.4:373-384

King, Winston L., Causality, Eternal or Momentary? 13.2:117-135

Kishimoto, Hideo, Mahayana Buddhism and Japanese Thought, 4.3:215-223

Kishimoto, Hideo, Some Cultural Traits and Religions of Japan, 9.1-2:34-36

Knight, Frank H., The Social Philosophy and Institutions of the West, 9.1-2:71-73

Kolb, David A., Time and the Timeless in Greek Thought, 24.2:137-143

Koller, John M., Dharma: An Expression of Universal Order, 22.2:131-144

Koller, John M., Purusarthas as Human Aims, 18.4:315-319

Kramrisch, Stella, Natural Science and Technology in Relation to Cultural Institutions and Social Practice in India, 9.1-2:21-23

Krishna, Daya, Adhyasa–A Non-Advaitic Beginning in Samkara Vedanta, 15.3-4:243-249

Krishna, Daya, Is Isvara Krsna’s Samkhya Karika Really Samkhya? 18.3:194-204

Krishna, Daya, The Concept of Revolution, 23.3:291-297

Krishna, Daya, Three Conceptions of Indian Philosophy, 15.1:37-52

Kroef, Justus M. van der, PantWasila: The National Ideology of the New Indonesia, 4.3:225-251

Kunst, Arnold, Somatism: A Basic Concept in India’s Philosophical Speculations, 18.4:261-275

Kupperman, Joel J., Confucius and the Nature of Religious Ethics, 21.2:189 194

Kupperman, Joel J., Confucius and the Problem of Naturalness, 18.3:175-185

Kwee Swan Liat, J., Methods of Comparative Philosophy, 1.1:10-15

Kwee Swan Liat, J., Systematics and Synthesis, 3.2:101-116

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Lancaster, Lewis R., Discussion of Time in Mahayana Texts, 24.2:209-214

Larson, Gerald J., Classical Samkhra and the Phenomenological

Larson, Gerald J., Ontology of Jean-Paul Satre, 19.1:45-58

Larson, Gerald J., The Notion of Satkarya in Samkhya: Toward A Philosophical Reconstruction, 25.1:31-40

Larson, Gerald J., The Trimurti of Dharma in Indian Thought: Paradox or Contradiction, 22.2:145-153

Larson, Gerald James, Revolutionary Praxis and Comparative Philosophy, 23.3:333-341

Larson, Gerald James, The Sources for Sakti in Abhinavagupta’s Kasmir Saivism: A Linguistic and Aesthetic Approach, 24.1:41-56

Leibniz, G. W., On Philosophical Synthesis, 12.3:195-202

Leidecker, Kurt, Emerson and East-West Synthesis, 1.2:40-50

Lewis, Leta Jane, Fichte and Jamkara, 12.4:301-310

Liu, James T. C., How Did a Neo-Confucian School Become the State Orthodoxy, 23.4:483-505

Liu, Shu-hsien, A Philosophic Analysis of the Confucian Approach to Ethics, 22.4:417-425

Liu, Shu-hsien, Hsiang Shih-Li’s Theory of Causation, 19.4:399-407

Liu, Shu-hsien, The Confucian Approach to the Problem of Transcendence and Immanence, 22.1:45-52

Liu, Shu-hsien, The Religious Import of Confucian Philosophy: Its Traditional Outlook and Contemporary Significance, 21.2:157-175

Liu, Shu-hsien, Time and Temporality: The Chinese Perspective, 24.2:145-153

Luis O. Gomez, “Some Aspects of the Free-Will Question in the Nikayas–Commentary, 25.1:91 93

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